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The Great Orchestra Experiment 2016 was a resounding success. See our pupils in action here
Visit the Great Orchestra Experiment page for more info. Details of next year's event coming soon.
Would you like to be part of our team? We are currently recruiting:
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Young people across the city will be making music for 24 hours on July 1st - 2nd.
We are on the look out for new members to join Nottingham Music School. If you would like to join in a band or orchestra and play in amazing venues e-mail email@example.com.
Visit the Music School page to see what opportunities we offer.
If you are a music educator wanting to get an accreditation take a look at the Certificate for Music Educators. Applications are now open for September!
Find opportunities for young people in Nottingham City, view news and events and follow us on Twitter (@NottMusicHub) and Facebook (Nottingham Music Hub).
For opportunities in the county, visit Nottinghamshire Music Hub.
Bands and orchestras for young people age 8-19
Nottingham Music School meets at Nottingham Academy (Greenwood Road site) on Saturday mornings and Thursdays at College Street (for advanced samba) throughout term-time.
We provide first access music provision in primaries across the city, and support follow on through secondary. Our offer is one of the best in the country, and as a service we have had a huge impact on music provision, helping schools excel against the DfE National Music Plan.
Discover what opportunities Nottingham Music Service offers for young people in Nottingham City and how we work with schools to deliver provision. Details on all our events, ensembles, and various levels of provision are available in our Brochures. Click Here to download.
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